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    Senior Member ctipton's Avatar
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    I will have to say I have read some very interesting and heart wrenching things." God Bless us one and all" Thanks for the stories.

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    Mine is Sniktasemaj which is my husband's name spelled in reverse. I can't figure out how to edit user name and put a better one in.

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    Mine comes from the nickname my dh has for me. bug. And he says I'm always sewin so put the two together and you have sewnbug.

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    Mine came from the fact that my daughter is autistic. I figured that some cruel kids might call her weird or a freak, so I came up with a screen name that would let her know that Mom wasn't afraid of being a freak. If I'm not afraid of it, maybe she won't be either. Besides.....the only option to being a freak is being... *shudder* ...NORMAL! *gasp*

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    After 2 hip and 1 knee replacement surgeries in a relative short time,my DH started calling me Miss Daisy since he had to drive me quite a lot. I added the Do as the first two letters of my first name. He thought he was funny but it is now my turn to drive him for awhile.

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    i have always been sassey sassey clothes sassey hair and sassey mouth so it just becme my moniker. still have a sassey mouth but age happened so clothes and hair are not sassey anymore

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    Atomicdog was one of my favorite funk songs from way back - I mean, come on, "why must I be like that, why must I chase the cat?" LOL!!

    Cindy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomicdog View Post
    Atomicdog was one of my favorite funk songs from way back - I mean, come on, "why must I be like that, why must I chase the cat?" LOL!!

    Cindy
    Cute Cindy!!

    I looked up that song up on my Itunes. I listened to the preview portion, I did like the chorus though....

    Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yeah
    Bow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yeah
    Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yeah
    Bow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yeah

    But George Clinton is not my thing neither was old Bill (no relation I am sure. )
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    Mine is easy, I live in the South so all women are addressed as Miss and M is the first letter in my first name. So nothing clever here.
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    My sister and I were brainstorming names for my website, she asked me what I thought of when I thought of quilts. Well, they make my think of cottages, and being wrapped up all cozy. When I started to set stuff up, I typed cosy instead of cozy. Didn't look right, but couldn't figure it out. So I do long arm quilting in my Cosy Quilt Cottage, and am known, on line at least, as cosy.
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